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Yooka-Laylee Is Here

Today marks the release of Playtonic Games’ inaugural effort in Yooka-Laylee! The spiritual successor to the Banjo-Kazooie franchise (with some Donkey Kong and Conker influences thrown in the pot for a more robust stewage), it’s been a large focus of DK Vine for the past two years (ever since we had Chris Sutherland on the Kongversation way back when). Now that the game is out (and confirmed as part of the Donkey Kong Universe through our own diseased mindsets) we’re going to start doing our job and giving it the proper treatment. Extensive character and screenshot galleries! Biographies! Videos and podcasts! Essentially, Yooka is going to be our life for the next couple of months.

This is the kind of high class eroticism you’ll ONLY find from DK Vine’s Yooka coverage! Stay tuned, and, while you’re tuning, be sure to check out the Yooka-Laylee discussions on the DK Vine Forum!

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Yooka-Laylee Gameplay Discussion
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 I.M.Gibbon 04/26/2017, 03:08:29 AMPost #127
  I admit to looking up the last two skulls. I'm really interested in what they're for, beyond achievements. Would be cool if the DLC were a Bat-Ship Crazy tome that required the pirate treasures to open, or something. 
 Scraps69 04/27/2017, 03:53:59 AMPost #128
  Oh fuck there's a Capital Cashino Glitch? I wonder if I've been affected.... so basically from my understanding when you
 banjokaboom 05/27/2017, 03:41:45 AMPost #129
  I'm a little late to this party, but I just started listening to the YL podcasts and I wanted to share my opinion.

I played through the game completely already once, and I'm in the process of playing it again. What I found interesting is that in my first playthrough, I was getting super frustrated trying to find all of the quills and pagies, and the worlds felt a little too big for me. That said, I did expand them as soon as I opened the later worlds, so I didn't get to experience the un-expanded worlds first.

My current playthrough, I decided to hold off expanding until the very end of the game, and I have to say that I am thoroughly enjoying the game 100% more.

Overall, I love the game. It makes me feel like a kid again, and there are plenty of laughs and throwbacks to keep me interesting. Some puzzles, transformaton, characters, etc. may not be to my liking, but as a whole I feel they knocked it out of the park.